Mass. considers lowering age of blood donors

03/31/2008 | Eagle-Tribune (North Andover, Mass.), The

Lawmakers in Massachusetts are considering lowering the age for blood donations. Currently, 17-year-olds need parental permission to be donors, and younger people are prohibited from donating. The legislation would allow 16-year-olds with parental permission to donate and 17-year-olds would no longer need permission.

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